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Minor Skin irregularities

Minor Skin irregularities are the most common cosmetic problems of skin. They increase in number, variety and size with age. These superficial irregularities are usually benign and can be treated by non-invasive methods rapidly, without the need of anesthesia.

In Tulip Laser Clinic we use a high frequency machine in which without penetrating into skin, it removes these minor skin irregularities. These irregularities are included but not limited to skin tags, cherry angiomas, fibromas , milia, sebaceous hyperplasias, telangiectasias (broken capillaries) and hyper pigmented (age) spots.

The procedure starts with applying topical numbing agent to numb the area. Treatment causes minimal discomfort and may require more than one treatment. Treated area will form a small crust which sheds in 5 to 7 days for most individuals. Mild redness will fade out in three weeks.

Each case will be treated individually based on their condition.

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (also known as DPN) is characterized by small brown or black spots on the skin of the face, neck, chest, and back. Some people with dermatosis papulosa nigra have a few isolated spots while others have hundreds of spots. The spots may be flat or hang off the skin like a skin tag. The spots are neither cancerous nor medically concerning, but they may be irritating or cosmetically undesired. DPN occurs most frequently in black skin tone and dark-skinned Asians. Although dermatosis papulosa nigra is not a dangerous condition, some patients choose to have the spots removed for cosmetic reasons. The condition generally worsens with age, and the size
and number of spots do not decrease without treatment.

People who are considering treatment for dermatosis papulosa nigra should  have realistic expectations and keep in mind that they may need multiple sessions of treatments to reach optimal results. the goal of treatment should be to minimize the appearance of spots rather than to remove them completely. Besides, as DPN occurs mostly in darker skin tone patients, treatment is more complicated because they are at higher risk of developing scar and pigmentation defects (white discoloration or darkening of the skin)  tfollowing treatment.

DPN dark spots on the face of dark skin population

Broken Capillary or Telangiectesia

Broken Capillary or Telangiectesia can be seen anywhere on the body. Broken Capillaries or Telangiectasia s are thread-like veins that result from dilation of blood capillaries. The veins are mostly apparent in people with dry, sensitive skin. Broken Capillaries are also known dilated capillaries, Spider Veins and Varicose Veins. Broken capillaries can be caused by a number of different reasons, and many of them may be preventable. Sun damage is a common culprit, but other factors like frequent use of harsh treatments, or vigorous scrubbing leads to excess dilation and further broken capillaries. Furthermore, internal source of inflammation may need attention. Other etiologic factors are age, genetics, hormones, and conditions that make the facial blood vessels excessively dilate as in alcoholism. To learn more and remove them call us. We can help.

Broken Capillary, Telangiectasia on the face of a woman

Sebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia is a common skin condition characterized by the enlargement of sebaceous glands. In sebaceous hyperplasia, the the enlarged sebaceous glands appear as small, yellowish or flesh-colored bumps on your skin's surface. They are typically 1 to 5 millimeters in size and have a slightly raised appearance. These bumps are most commonly found on the face, particularly on the forehead, cheeks, and nose, but they can also occur on the chest or other parts of the body. Read more

Sebaceous hyperplasia is generally harmless, however, they can be related to metabolic conditions, hormonal changes and genetic factors not associated with any underlying health risks. It is more common in middle-aged and older adults, but it can affect people of any age. To get more information and remove them call us now!

Sebaceous hyperplasia in a middle age man


Milia, also known as "milk spots," are small, white or yellowish bumps that typically appear on the face, you can find milia particularly around the nose, cheeks, and eyes. These bumps are tiny cysts filled with keratin, a protein found in the skin.

Milia are generally harmless and do not cause any symptoms such as pain or itching. However, they can be a cosmetic concern for some individuals, especially if they are prominent or appear on visible areas of the face.

Treatment for milia is typically not necessary.However, if you desire to or if milia persist, we can help. call us now for more iformation. It is important to note that attempting to extract milia at home without proper training or equipment can lead to skin irritation, infection, or scarring, so it's best to consult a skin crae professional.

Clogged pore, Milia under the eye of a younge individual

Cherry Angiomas

​Cherry Angiomas, Ruby points or Red moles are minor skin irregularities that can occur on any part of the body. Cherry angiomas appear as tiny pin-point red papules, especially on the trunk, and increase with age. Cherry angiomas are benign, very common skin growths that vary in size. Its reddish appearance is because of the collection of small blood vessels inside a cherry angioma.

This type of skin growth is typically not a cause for concern. The exact cause of red moles is unknown, but there may be a genetic factor that makes certain people more likely to get them. They’ve also been linked to pregnancy, exposure to chemicals, certain medical conditions, and climate. 

To learn more or remove them talk to us. We can help.

Cherry angioma, ruby points, red mole on the chest of a woman
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